Fresno Commercial Movers Near Me
Published on 2023-01-15
Fresno is one of the largest cities in California, and one of the ripest for entrepreneurial endeavors. With regulations in place to support start-ups and existing small businesses, it’s no reason the city has experienced increased migration and investment.
Moving to any part of the country is a big deal. Uprooting a business from somewhere it already has an established reputation and customer base can be risky. Starting a business in an area you’re not familiar with carries the same level of risk. Working with a cheap moving company such as Three Movers helps minimize the risk involved, and removes a lot of the stress you’re likely to experience.
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The average cost for commercial movers in Fresno averages a range from $1,603 to $11,532.
Many of our customers are sent our way due to references. Many of these same customers come expecting the same price range as their business associate, relative, or whoever referred them to Three Movers. In reality, moving rates aren’t static, and it’s unlikely you’ll pay the same figure unless you have identical requirements.
It all boils down to six main factors. This doesn’t mean every moving company will charge the same rates. It simply means these are the considerations that influence how much you will pay.
This is arguably the most important and straightforward consideration for moving costs. Simply put, the greater the mileage between your present location and your desired location, the more the move will cost. In some cases, moving companies will have lower rates for popular routes, for example, between major cities.
The size of the move can mean different things for different moving companies. Some moving companies use the weight of the move, while others rely on the number of items. The number of items determines how much space it takes up on the moving truck or the number of moving trucks that are required.
The moving date influences what local movers charge. It’s all about the demand at the time. Demand spikes during Spring, and is the highest during Summer. When Winter comes, the entire industry slows down, so much so that winter discounts are offered to entice customers to move their business during this season. This is a good way to save money on a move if you don’t have a large budget.
The time of the week/month’s influence on moving costs is also related to demand. More people move at the end or start of the month because this is usually when leases begin and end.
As for the time of the week, people are generally freer on a weekend than at any other time of the week. This is the preferred time to move, so it’s a bit more expensive than long-distance moving on a weekday.
These differences are not major in terms of your moving cost, but when you’re a small business owner with a limited budget, it certainly helps.
Additional services are those that are not included in the standard moving package. The standard moving package includes the moving truck and its driver, as well as the movers to load/unload boxes or crates.
These services are designed to make the move even simpler for our customers. They include:
- Packing/unpacking service
- Office decommissioning
- Junk removal
- Furniture disassembly/reassembly
- Auto Transport
- Heavy equipment transport
- Office setup
- Warehouse inventory
- Archiving moving and storage solutions
- and more…
Advanced services are those we provide through reputable third-party providers. These services are outside the skillset of our movers but are sometimes necessary for commercial moves.
Examples of this include dismantling complex integrated IT systems, cataloging literature, custom crating for fragile equipment, etc.